Part 2: The Equinox link to the code killer

The writing

Crowley said he wrote The Book of the Law on 8, 9 and 10 April 1904, between the hours of noon and 1:00 pm, in the flat where he and his new wife were staying for their honeymoon, which he described as being near the Boulak Museum in a fashionable European quarter of Cairo, let by the firm Congdon & Co. The apartment was on the ground floor, and the “temple” was the drawing room.

Crowley described the encounter in detail in The Equinox of the Gods, saying that as he sat at his desk in Cairo, the voice of Aiwass came from over his left shoulder in the furthest corner of the room. This voice is described as passionate and hurried, and was “of deep timbre, musical and expressive, its tones solemn, voluptuous, tender, fierce or aught else as suited the moods of the message. Not bass—perhaps a rich tenor or baritone.”[10] Further, the voice was devoid of “native or foreign accent”.

Crowley also got a “strong impression” of the speaker’s general appearance. Aiwass had a body composed of “fine matter,” which had a gauze-like transparency. Further, he “seemed to be a tall, dark man in his thirties, well-knit, active and strong, with the face of a savage king, and eyes veiled lest their gaze should destroy what they saw. The dress was not Arab; it suggested Assyria or Persia, but very vaguely.”[10]

Despite initially writing that it was an “excellent example of automatic writing,”[11] Crowley later insisted that it was not just automatic writing (though the writing included aspects of this, since when Crowley tried to stop writing he was compelled to continue. The writing also recorded Crowley’s own thoughts). Rather he said that the experience was exactly like an actual voice speaking to him. This resulted in a few transcription errors, about which the scribe had to later inquire.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Book_of_the_Law

in achieving a value of 777 for the paths of the Flaming Sword, Crowley added the numerical values of the Hebrew letters — he did not work with the actual numbers of the paths themselves. I hope this is clear.So the actual equation Crowley worked with is as follows:Path 11, letter Aleph, value 1
Path 14, letter Daleth, value 4
[no path], letter Gimel, value 3
Path 19, letter Teth, value 9
Path 22, letter Lamed, value 30
Path 24, letter Nun, value 50
Path 27, letter Peh, value 80
Path 30, letter Resh, value 200
Path 32, letter Tau, value 400This is the Way of the Lightning down the Tree of Life, also known as the Flaming Sword. If you add the number values together, you get:

400+200+80+50+30+9+3+4+1 = 777

Part of the introductory material to Crowley’s 777 is an essay titled “Gematria” that first appeared in Crowley’s periodical THE EQUINOX,
this is an unconfirmed Zodiac killer letter sent 1972 notice how they similarly add  using  this Math formula
also notice there is a spell placed onto this letter
sent to the Sacramento Bee in 1969
This links to Howard Davis’s site who has done extensive research into the Satanic aspect of this.
in the Donna lass murder it is very obvious a cult was involved
the post card had a spell written on it in human blood
also in the actual what they thought was the murder it appears like a sacrifice
he talks about the excavation of the grave and how they found a triangle of 13 stones . It gives the exact description of the grave site. It was very obvious it was the scene of a Satanic Sacrifice.
all of the symbols are extremely important in preforming Sex magick and the rituals that Aleister Crowley taught .
Aleister Crowley was known as the” Great Beast 666″ which is why there are 6’s predominantly through out the death dates.
another example of the Satanic aspect in letter sent that has actually magic amulet on it.
Cherri Jo Bates also has an occult aspect to it
Aleister Crowley  insisted on spelling his version of magic with a K: magick. He added the additional letter to distinguish his doctrines from simple parlor magicians. K is the eleventh letter in the English alphabet. Crowley in his magical masterwork Magick in Theory and Practice enumerates the importance of the number eleven:
So was the reason there is 11’s throughout the death dates a reference to this being a human sacrifice for “Sex Magick”? and this is the type of magic ritual preformed????
notice in the Zodiac killer Exorcist letter the number K predominantly displayed’
Also the reference in the letter to the way society views Satanism that Hollywood propagated with the “Excorcist”movie.
The reference to “The Mikado” would have been about how W. S. Gilbert (1836–1911) ( notice 11 in death date) was a high level Freemason and most likely involved with the OTO and Thelema. He also wrote  Robert the Devil, a burlesque of Giacomo Meyerbeer‘s opera. The Anagram at the bottom of the exorcist letter looks  like  a variation of the  INRI from  Louis Constant (Eliphas Levy) Tetragram.

In the letters of the words AZOTH and INRI written kabalistically; and in the
monogram of Christ as embroidered on the Labarum, which the Kabalist Postel
interprets by the word ROTA, whence the adepts have formed their Taro or Tarot,
by the repetition of the first letter, thus indicating the circle, and suggesting that
the word is read backwards. All magical science is comprised in the knowledge of
this secret. To know it and have the courage to use it is human omnipotence; to
reveal it to a profane person is to lose it; to reveal it even to a disciple is to abdicate in favour of that disciple, who, henceforward, possesses the right of life and
death over his master – I am speaking from the magical standpoint – and will certainly slay him for fear of dying himself.

taken from the “Doctrine of Transcendental magic” Eliphas Levi

The numbers which have been predominantly displayed in the Code Killer have been

11, 14, 66 and the letter 9 all important letters for those influenced by Aleister Crowley and his form of “Sex Magic”

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